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Dichroic glass is a technique that results in a unique metalic shine, almost changing colour in different light. It makes very beautiful jewellery but also make it hard to photograph well. These earrings are all crafted from dichroic glass by Frances from Ballybrick Glass and Clay in County Down. Only £12.50 per pair they add glam to any outfit. Selected for the website Purple dangly- glints of lots of different colours show in these as the light hits them. Definitely a lovely sparkle to them. Light blue dangly- this photo does not capture the sparkliness of these lovely earrings. Pink dangly- again hard to describe, none of the rainbow found in some pairs but a kind of gold shine in the light. White dangly- these have sort of a silver crackle effect over the white. Very sparkley. Dark blue dangly- with a sort of seashell pattern creating a light blue/dark blue effect. I've tried. If you want a little video to illustrate the light just email before purchasing so I can show you. I also have lots of other colours and styles in the shop. Happy to send more photos if you want a broader choice.

Frances creates her work in a home studio just outside Rathfriland, Co Down and you can see the inspiration of her surroundings in her work. She creates a wide range of earrings, necklaces, hanging glass decorations, soap dishes and framed pieces. One of many local Irish artists stocked in Good Craic Gifts, Rostrevor.

Good Craic stocks a wide range of Irish souvenirs including many items you may not see elsewhere. I cherry pick the very coolest items from the various suppliers. The shop is eclectic and fun and definitely worth a visit if you are in the Mourne area. If a product doesn’t exist yet I might just create it myself.

Dichroic glass earrings by Ballybrick-dangly

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